Find below a list of past grant recipients with current Due Diligence approval from Give2Asia.
West China Hospital
Since its establishment in 1892, especially in the most recent decade, West China (Huaxi) Hospital has become a large comprehensive teaching and research hospital with a focus on all medical disciplines, a strong teaching faculty, considerable research facilities and the most updated medical equipment. The Hospital has been ranked among the top hospitals in China. Its medical center addresses complex and severe medical cases. It is also the center of medical education and scientific research in Southwest China. West China Hospital is known for its excellent medical services and medical technology. Learn more.
Widhya Asih Foundation
Founded in 1981, Widhya Asih IV Orphanage supports children who have not been able to go to school because they are orphaned, neglected, abused, or faced with poverty. The orphanage currently cares for 65 girls between the ages of 12 and 23. Learn more.
Women Association Struggle for Development (WASFD)
Women Association Struggle for Development (WASFD) was established in December 1998 by a group of women volunteers and philanthropists in the Swabi district of NWFP Province of Pakistan. Its mission is to build a just society where the poor, especially women and children, enjoy their full rights with easy access to social, economic and political development. WASFD is currently working with many local councils and community-based organizations in the Swabi and Mardan district. Learn more.
Women Environment Preservation Committee (WEPCO)
Since 1992, the Women Environment Preservation Committee Organization (WEPCO) has been dedicated to cleaning and conserving the urban environment in Kathmandu Valley. During this time, WEPCO has encouraged a new generation of women and students to learn more about environmental issues and play an active role in improving their local environment. WEPCO is especially known for innovation and initiative in Solid Waste Management. It has disseminated many new ideas such as waste segregation, community composting, home composting, paper recycling and biogas production from organic waste. In 2003, WEPCO was awarded the UNEP Global 500 Environment Award and the WWF Abraham Conservation Award. Learn more.
Women for Prosperity Fund
The Women for Prosperity Fund supports women commune councilors who oversee widespread villages. Learn more.
Women’s Rights Association (WRA)
Established in 1999, WRA is a rights based institution serving marginalized people. WRA's mission is to organize, capacitate, and educate people (especially workers and laborers), provide them economic and social opportunities, and develop their linkages to make collective political and social struggle for a democratic, peaceful and just society. Learn more.
World Toilet Organization (WTO) Fund
The World Toilet Organization (WTO) is a global non-profit organization committed to improving toilet and sanitation conditions worldwide. Learn more.
World Vision Taiwan
World Vision Taiwan was founded in 1964 as a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Learn more.
World Wide Fund for Nature Hong Kong (WWFHK)
WWF-Hong Kong has been working since 1981 to deliver solutions for a living planet through Conservation, Footprint and Education programmes. In 2009 we have over 33,000 individual financial supporters and more than 80 corporate members. WWF is a leading global conservation organisation, with a global network active in more than 100 countries. Operating for nearly fifty years, WWF has forged unprecedented global partnerships with governments, other NGOs and the private sector, and has inspired individuals to take action and make a difference. With a global perspective and network, WWF is always determined to identify and implement solutions to achieve successes, working with others to achieve our goals. Learn more.
Wuxi Secondary School
Wuxi High School is a public school and operates under the Ministry of Education in China. Learn more.